HOUSE CROW- Fremantle WA

To: Tony Russell <>
Subject: HOUSE CROW- Fremantle WA
From: storm <>
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2016 14:31:42 +0000
It depends on if one is interested in the life of an individual animal or
the lives of species around that individual.

As interesting as vagrants are, vagrants of this kind are not going to
assist our wildlife species.

As a wild bird, being trapped and living out the rest of its life in
captivity is unlikely to be a humane option.


On 9 March 2016 at 14:43, Tony Russell <> wrote:

> Yes, those mad people are only too keen to destroy anything unusual, as
> though the thing has no right to life.
> T
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> For those not on Facebook,
> There is a House Crow at the J shed in Fremantle this morning.
> Feeding in the gardens with the much larger Australian Ravens.
> Department of Ag has been notified so not sure for how long this bird will
> be twitchable.
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